USA, 2023 Direction Ava DuVernay translators Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor, Jon Bernthal, Nisi Nash-Betts, Vera Farmiga, Audra McDonald, Nick Offerman, Blair Underwood, Connie Nielsen, Emily Yancey, Jasmine Cephas-Jones, Finn Whittock, Victoria Pedretti, Isha Blacker Duration 130 feet
Isabelle Wilkerson This name may not be known to most, but after the 80th Venice Film Festival, many will surely discover it. A journalist and writer, she is the first African-American woman to win a Pulitzer Prize, one of the most prestigious, if not the most prestigious, recognition for those involved in investigative work (and literature and music, to be precise and complete). ). Wilkerson won a Pulitzer Prize in 1994 for an article in The New York Times, where she was editor-in-chief in Chicago at the time, about a catastrophic flood that hit a large area in the Midwest. In particular, the work told the story of a ten-year-old boy who, despite his very young age, was responsible for his four younger siblings. A cross-section of American society outside the big cities, made up of the men and women who truly run this vast country, but often live in conditions bordering on desperation and forgotten by the federal government.
Ava DuVernaydirector Selma – road to freedoma film that tells about one of the most important events in the struggle of the Reverend Martin Luther King for civil rights and against segregation. Source the story of Isabelle Wilkerson, the pioneer of the entire African American community, that a militant artist like DuVernay could not miss. interpret it Aunjanue Ellis-Taylorex-wife of Will Smith in fiction King Richard and who will soon appear in the cast of the long-awaited new version Purple. In this biopic, she is accompanied by a top-notch cast consisting of John Bernthal (curiously, these two have already worked together right in King Richard) Nisi Nash-Betts, Vera Farmiga, Nick Offerman, Blair Underwood and Connie Nielsen. Source claims the Golden Lion by telling the story of a woman who undermined one of the fiefdoms of the American white bourgeoisie. This is one of the many victories Reverend King has won since 1965, the year of the Selma March, until today. In the name of love.